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Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Lease
SQ. FT. Available 30,000
Date Available 10/11/2018
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Located on the hard corner of Chapman Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue in Fullerton. Adjacent to Cal State Fullerton and near the 57 Freeway. Close proximity to Downtown Fullerton, Fullerton MetroLink Station, Fullerton College and Fullerton Union.

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Join Chase Bank, 85c Bakery, Guiltea Delights, Pirate's Kitchen and Oggi's Brewhouse at University House, a new high image mixed use development featuring 375 student housing quads with 1,100+ residents and 33,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Highly visible at signalized intersection with 45,000 cars and per day plus heavy pedestrian traffic. Directly adjacent to Cal State Fullerton and 6 other schools providing high daytime population. University House is the focal point of the Collegetown Redevelopment and will be ground zero for many student activities. Close proximity to 57 freeway. Flexible suite configurations.

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